Trounce's Clinical Pharmacology for Nurses

Trounce's Clinical Pharmacology for Nurses

Nurses play an important part in the administration of drugs and in recording their effects, so an understanding of pharmacology and its application to patient care is an integral part of nurses' training. This updated edition includes developments in clinical pharmacology and current trends in practice.


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